Anderson, Indiana is a city in Madison County, Indiana and is part of the Indianapolis metropolitan area. As of the 2000 census, Anderson had a total population of 59,734.
Broad Ripple, Indianapolis
Broad Ripple Village in Indiana provides a wide variety of restaurants, clubs, shops, and more. Whatever you choose to do, Broad Ripple Village is pedestrian-friendly and ready for you to discover.
Butler-Tarkington's name comes from Butler University, which has its campus in the neighborhood, and the famous writer Booth Tarkington who lived in the neighborhood for 23 years in his country estate until his death in 1946.
Carmel, Hamilton County
Carmel, Indiana is one of the fastest growing cities in Indiana. It has a reputation for being a safe, family-oriented city.
Fishers, Hamilton County
Fishers, Indiana is a growing community with a strong history of family values and successful businesses.
Fortville, Hamilton County
Fortville, Indiana has been named a Tree City USA community for 3 years in a row. As of the census of 2000 for Fortville, there were 3,444 people, 1,394 households, and 950 families residing in the town.
Geist Reservoir offers the people of Indianapolis and Fishers the convenience of being close to Indianapolis with the ease of lakeside living.
Downtown Indianapolis Indiana features 200+ shops, 270+ restaurants and bars, 18 museums and historic sites, 23 performing arts, theatres and recreational opportunities.
Lawrence is a growing community conveniently located just north of Indianapolis with easy access to major interstate highways.
McCordsville, Hamilton County
McCordsville, Indiana is located in the northwest corner of Hancock County just south of Geist Reservoir, bordering both the City of Lawrence in Marion County and the Town of Fishers in Hamilton County.
Meridian-Kessler Indiana is a residential neighborhood located about 4 miles north of downtown Indianapolis. Meridian-Kessler is bounded on the north by Kessler Boulevard, on the east by the Monon Trail greenway corridor, on the south by 38th Street and to the west by Meridian Street.
New Palestine, Indiana
New Palestine, Indiana provides a small town atmosphere without the congestion and traffic concerns associated with living in the city.
Noblesville, Hamilton County
Noblesville, Indiana was founded in 1823 and is described as a "whole life community". That means Noblesville is a place where residents can do everything from raising a family to pursuing a career to retiring.
Westfield, Hamilton County
Westfield, Indiana is a great community for many first-time home buyers as well as life-long residents. It offers affordable living options such as apartments and traditional-style homes on rural roads in addition to large custom homes and golf villas for higher-income families and individuals.
The Pendleton community, nestled along Fall Creek, is known for its historical heritage, arts and crafts shops, and beautiful Falls Park.
Zionsville is one of the few towns in the United States that has preserved its brick main street. You will find many shops from upscale and uniquely fashionable to rare and vintage antiques.